What’s Cooking in the North End

What’s Cooking in the North End

Recipes provided by Compass Senior Community Kitchen

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

By Brenda Duke Another month has passed and as always, there have been challenges and progress. That’s what makes it interesting! We learned a few months ago that our Treasurer, James Vanderberg would be relocating and we needed to fill that position. We’ve had...

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Walkabout to Summer and Summer Camp

Walkabout to Summer and Summer Camp

Submitted by Ken Hirter When you think about June, many think of summer solstice aka the first day of summer or the longest day of the year. For others the end of the school year for kids here in the North End. At Welcome Inn Community Centre their Summer Day Camp...

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About this Month

About this Month

By Sheri Selway and Chrissy Chrzan June is a jamboree of events. It’s a mosaic of heritage, pride and rememberance, including National Indigenous History Month, Italian Heritage Month, Filipino Heritage Month, Portuguese Heritage Month, and Pride Month. Pride Month is...

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Peregrine Falcon Chicks Hatch in Hamilton

Peregrine Falcon Chicks Hatch in Hamilton

By Mary Anne McDougall McKeever and Judson have been attentive parents to the three chicks hatched between April 26-28, bringing prey, feeding them, and fiercely defending the nest. Although four eggs were laid only three were viable. On May 15, an experienced climber...

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Crime Violence in Our City

Crime Violence in Our City

Submitted by Trevor McKenna The month of May is traditionally known for sunshine, warmer weather, and a well deserved long weekend. Unfortunately, the news in Hamilton has been dominated by a recent surge in gun violence. Crime Stoppers wants to correct this. On May...

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HOPA June Update

HOPA June Update

HOPA Ports (Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority) Welcomes the Algoma Bear to the Port of Hamilton! The Algoma Bear arriving to the Port of Hamilton, HOPA Ports In the soft light of an early morning in May, with the sky painted in hues of amber and rose, we watched in awe...

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Councillor Update

Councillor Update

I hope everyone is getting out in the neighbourhood to take advantage of the warmer weather and longer daylight hours. I recognize the increased heat, especially due to the impacts of climate change, hits us all differently. Some of our neighbours don’t have access to...

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Serendipity Times Two

Submitted by Frank Proctor Serendipity - defined as making unexpected and fortunate discoveries, a fluke, a stroke of luck. The unraveling of this tale requires me to share a bit of personal history. I’m Frank Proctor, a veteran radio announcer/actor and author of the...

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Sunset Cultural Garden and North End Breezes Join Forces

Sunset Cultural Garden and North End Breezes Join Forces

When the sun shines and the temperature rises, we think of spring and gardens. On May 11, 2024 the Breezes held their annual Rain Barrel Sale. This year the volunteers and organizers of the Sunset Cultural Garden held their first annual plant sale! Dozens of plants...

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